COLLEGE STATION -- All Texas A&M junior tight end Martellus Bennett needs to know about Fresno State is its mantra: "Anybody, Anytime, Anywhere."
When the Bulldogs (1-0) visit Kyle Field tomorrow, it'll be a
steep upgrade in competition for the Number 23 Aggies (1-0).
A&M has won 10 of 11 nonconference home games under coach Dennis Franchione, now in his fifth season.
But the Bulldogs have made a name for themselves challenging
perennial powerhouses on their home fields. They lost at LSU (38-6)
and Boise State (45-21) last season, but battled top-ranked
Southern Cal to the wire at the Coliseum in 2005, losing 50-42.
The Bulldogs are 10-19 against teams from Bowl Championship
Series conferences since Pat Hill became the coach. In 2004, Fresno
State won at Washington (35-16) and at Kansas State (45-21).